Dr. Peter Chan is an Adjunct Associate Professor of education at BYU where his responsibilities include overseeing several China-related programs and teaching classes in instructional technology. Prior to BYU, Dr. Chan served for eight years as a faculty at BYU-Hawaii where he chaired the Instructional Design and Development program and served as a Special Assistant to the Academic Vice President for Asia-related projects. While serving there, Dr. Chan received his Continuing Faculty Status and was recognized as the Teacher of the Year in 2005.
Dr. Chan is also the owner of Multinational Academy Services which assists in the administration of several private schools in China and the U.S. It brings over hundreds of international students to the U.S. each year. It consults with educational programs such as True North and WebCAPE—online language assessment tools used by 600 institutions around the world including Harvard University and other top institutions. Dr. Chan advises Utah on some China-related projects. In 2018, he successfully lobbied the U.S. Congress to modify House Bill H.R. 5751 to add an important statement to recognize the immigrant workers (mostly Chinese) who made the transcontinental railroad possible.
Peter received his degrees from BYU and BYU-Hawaii. He is the proud husband of his better half Joyce and the father of three wonderful children Jasmine, Josh, and Jared and a sweet granddaughter Tori. Over the years, they have brought three students to IHA including their granddaughter, a niece, and the daughter of a dear friend.
Peter: “We believe in Ivy Hall Academy and are very proud to be a part of this great family.”